If this was possible don't you think the oil companies would be producing it to make money!!!!
The same goes for coal too if there's money to be made it would happen.
Furthermore, in most cases I am citing work by specialists in their fields.
Additionally, I followed the link for the first claim, that the presence of DNA in 'ancient samples' refuted the samples' supposed age.However, the 4th reference of that article, the one you claim proves that DNA cannot last for millions of years never makes this claim.Surely someone would have worked out much sooner how to sow seeds of plants to produce food." Yes, you are absolutely right.Someone DID work out that when seeds are planted, sprouts grow, and they would produce something edible. Go ahead and form a company that includes in its charter a statement that money raised will be used to apply creatist principles to oil and gas exploration. As Dr Morris recounts, he attempted to do something similar to what you suggest.
I recently found out about this site/tomb they are digging up in between SYRIA and TURKEY that's "supposed" to re-write our history books. If those who support the creation ideas feel that they have a better understanding of how oil and gas form, then they should form a company to look for such commodities using their ideas. So far as I know, there is no law that restricts oil and gas exploration to those who believe in evolution. in finding oil and gas: see what geologist Dr John Morris said.It only speaks of ways in which DNA is damaged in living cells - (which fossils are clearly not).In fact, it mentions an experiment in which DNA from a sample millions of years old was extracted successfully.In response, Dr Sarfati, a physical chemist, pointed out that the author is a real scientist.Your approach is to 'shoot the messenger' (an informal fallacy), which is commonly done to avoid engaging the actual arguments.Note that several of the responses to comments are by a physical chemist and a geologist.